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It's been a very successful year for
Silentnight's Apprenticeship programme.  We have been offering
apprenticeships in engineering for over 10 years, but since 2011
have expanded to offer manufacturing, junior management, costings,
customer services, supply chain management, logistics and
mechanical HGV apprenticeships.


This November, we are thrilled to
announce that we have four places on our Manufacturing
Apprenticeship scheme, which allows apprentices to earn while they
learn a skilled trade from a company with over 60 years experience
in bed making, and receive a Level 2 qualification. There are some
very happy faces in the factory at the moment, as today's The Sun
newspaper has included a piece praising our
scheme.
 


This year, we received a very
special visitor when Prime Minister, David Cameron, popped in. He
described us as a 'great business' and emphasised our successful
apprenticeship scheme, as well as our investment in UK manufacture
and product innovation, which was very lovely recognition
indeed. 


To find out more, please visit: /apprenticeships


David Cameron hosts a PM Direct session on the factory floor at Silentnight


David
Cameron hosts a PM Direct session on the factory floor at
Silentnight


Tom Firth, 22, completed the manufacturing apprenticeship at Silentnight in December 2013 and is now a full-time employee


Tom Firth, 22, completed
the manufacturing


apprenticeship at
Silentnight in December


2013 and is now a
full-time employee